Previously, Lightwarrior and his partner, both, participated in an operation in Jordan, which is still awaiting disclosure. Elmerik is a Pleiadian who incarnated on Earth only once to fulfill a special higher mission.
Through the ground team, he was informed about its essence. Lightwarriors warned him that such tasks always involve self-sacrifice.
He was asked to think and determine if he was ready for it. After much thought, he said “yes”.
Then the Higher Light Hierarchs disclosed additional details of his mission: to help the Absolutization of the Alcyone Logos, the alpha of the Pleiades (its Central Spiritual Sun).
The Evolutionary Committee of Alcyone and the entire Pleiadian Logos decided to transform this Star into an Ideal Divine Creation in order to subsequently help the Spiritual Evolution of other Star Systems.
Alcyone is a typical form of Stellar Intelligence, and, unlike perfect stars, which were originally created Absolutized, is forced to upgrade its quality in the course of evolution. Complete analog of human Monads.
To accomplish this task, Pleiadians need the experience of the Earth’s Ascension, a process that is currently taking place. And the first step was to send a copy of the restored Eden’s Crystal from Earth to the Pleiades.
Lightwarriors explained all that to Elmerik. He agreed. But he did not take into account one nuance: BEING READY TO DO AND DO IS NOT THE SAME THING. His entire previous life was just a preparation for his higher incarnation mission.
One of his main exams in Jordan was to learn to recognize the Truth and distinguish the information of consciousness and imagination from the Heart’s info.
His Jordanian exam was very difficult. The Higher Forces of Light created a dramatic situation for him in terms of the intensity of emotions. And he came out of it victorious, believing the voice of his heart and distinguishing it from the untruth of consciousness. After that, he was admitted to the operations that the ground team conducted in Jordan. His Heavenly Teachers were delighted. All the Lightwarriors were happy for him.
And here is the next stage – a new exam, the passage of which gave Elmerik the right to download into his DNA and send to the Pleiades the first collected part of the Crystal of Eden, which the Pleiadians had to immediately use to compile a program for the Absolutization of Alcyone.
The exam was conducted by Dionysus. All the way from Sandanski, the groupleader explained Elmerik what it would be like, and how important his mission was. He looked at Lightwarrior with his shrewd, comprehending eyes.
The leitmotif of the explanations was the quintessence of the Lightwarrior’s personal experience, Service and willingness to sacrifice self or something mundane for the sake of fulfilling a higher mission.
A MISSION IS A SUPREME PRIVILEGE, NOT A HEAVY BURDEN. In suffering and sacrificing everything, it must be earned to help the Creator and fulfill His Holy Will. Not enough is given to Him and the mission, if not everything is given. This is the principle of the ground group, and they can’t do it any other way. Many have been called, but few chosen…
On the way to Kardzhali, Elmerik’s cell phone rang. He got a call from his company. After the conversation, he informed Lightwarrior that he needed to return home urgently.
The group leader immediately understood that it was the exam for obtaining the highest initiation in Perperikon, and again Lightwarrior explained to his colleague that he should think very seriously: stay or leave.
If he hadn’t come back, he would most likely have lost the money. His business would have suffered losses, maybe big ones. His consciousness told him that he had to go, and his heart tipped that he needed to stay. He took until morning to make a decision. They were to leave for Perperikon next day.
He made his decision by announcing in the morning that he was leaving. The team leader also had to make up his mind whether to go with him or stay. He decided without hesitation, according to his heart, to fulfill the assigned mission at any cost.
Elmerik, of course, timidly asked if Lightwarrior would go with him, obviously not believing it. He made his choice, and deserved respect at least for that.
It was shocking not that he left, but how he left. He didn’t apologize, abandoning his partner.
In response to his farewell, he did not even turn to face him and look into his eyes.
The main thing was to get in the bank before the next evening and not lose money.
In fact, he betrayed the mission entrusted to him, exchanging it for wealth, business and well-being. He betrayed the voice of his heart. He betrayed his Heavenly Teachers. He betrayed the Pleiadians, who had hoped so much for him, by failing entrusted mission. He betrayed himself… another duality test, the selling one’s birthright for a mess of pottage.
It was the turn of the group leader, who was left alone, to pass his exam and the Dionysian temptations. On the same day, he decided to leave for Perperikon. The hotel room was paid for two days in advance; there was a little money for food and further actions. Not so bad, it could have been worse.
Without thinking twice, Lightwarrior headed for the nearest taxi stop. Before that, decided to walk to the train station and find out how to leave Kardzhali. But in the end, he could not do either the first or the second. Abruptly, suddenly, the already high heart vibration jumped twice. The Ascended Masters, with who Lightwarriors was in telepathic contact, explained the cause of the malaise.
Elmerik was not an ordinary member of the expedition. On a Subtle Plane, during the operation, both formed a common situational creative energy center. Through him, certain cosmic energies were received to prepare for work in Perperikon.
That is, Elmerik took on self a part of the vibrations. After the Pleiadian deserted, the whole burden fell on the Lightwarrior’s heart, for which it wasn’t ready.
The sharply increased vibes made it dark in his eyes, he was suffocating, and almost lost consciousness. A kilogram shoulder bag felt like a two-hundred-kilogram barbell. At some point, he sat down on a street bench and could not get up for two hours.
Lightwarrior realized that he needed to get used to these vibrations, and he couldn’t leave for Perpericon that day. He barely made it to the hotel, buying some food on the way. His heart ached wildly, and chest was bursting. It seemed that a little more, and it would be torn to shreds, and his heart would burst out.
He spent the whole day and night in the room. The vibration load was increasing because the Lightwarrior continued to cleanse the segments of the Eden’s Crystal, taken from the Dupka (see Part 1).
He couldn’t fall asleep because of the frenzied heartbeat and the body heat. Even soothing drops did not help. It seemed to him that he was just burning alive. Every cell was permeated with the vibration of the Creator. In the morning, he didn’t want anything, absolutely nothing, just to die…
With the last effort of will and Spirit, he plucked up courage and told himself that in any case he would fulfill the mission, even if he had to give up his life for this.
After leaving the hotel, Lightwarrior, making short pauses, reached the taxi stand and arranged a trip to Perperikon and back. On the way, he was still in a semi-fainting state, on the verge of losing consciousness. The fiery vibration was the maximum that the human body could withstand. He drove all the way, sticking his head out of the window to cool down a bit.
Finally, they arrived at Perperikon, a small pyramid covered with forest, on top of which is the sanctuary of Dionysus, the ruins of a Thracian Temple and tower, as well as the Altar of the Initiations of the Balkan Shambhala.
Lightwarrior was struck by the greatness and sacredness of this Power Place. He came to the beginning of the ascent, and read the inscription, which in two languages – Bulgarian and English – said that here, at the top, Alexander the Great received a prophecy that he was destined to become a great conqueror of the world, and that Rome would become an Empire.
Lightwarrior began his journey to the top of the Perperikon. At first, it was more or less tolerable, but soon the angle of ascent increased sharply, and the Sun, as it seemed to him, began to bake just mercilessly.
The most difficult trudge was at the end, where the road is lined with huge boulders, and it was hard to walk along it even in normal condition. But he walked despite the pain in his heart, severe shortness of breath and streams of sweat that clouded his eyes.
Very quickly, Lightwarrior reached a critical state. Somewhere in the middle of the last, most difficult part of the climb, his heart began to beat in such a frenzied rhythm that his legs simply gave way, and he collapsed on the first stone he came across. Fortunately, he was in the shade, while the whole road was under the hot rays of the Sun.
At that moment, a new sharp, unbearable pain pierced his heart; his head was splitting from spasms. Lightwarrior almost couldn’t breathe from the exorbitant vibrations, feeling that another moment and death would come.
With the last of his strength, he texted his wife with a request to help and support his heart remotely. Lightwarrior could not dial the number for a long time, unable to focus his vision to see the text being typed. And the sweat from the head poured directly onto the phone display.
The wife answered immediately. She pulled back some of the vibes, and it helped a little. Lightwarrior realized that the critical moment had passed, and, at least, he would not die there.
But he felt uncertain what to do next. The body wanted only one thing: to be in an air-conditioned hotel room and fall on the bed. He no longer cared about Perperikon, Light Hierarchs, and all the rest. Consciousness told him to do just that, and he was ready to agree, because he was sure that he would not be able to go any further.
But his heart told to go forward, straight to the target. It was necessary for the Creator, the Higher Light Hierarchy, and people who believe in him. He no longer remembered how long he had been in such a great temptation.
Only much later, Lightwarrior made the main conclusion from what happened: THE HIGHEST TEMPTATIONS AND TRIALS ARE SENT TO US NOT BY THE DEVIL, BUT BY OURSELVES, OUR CONSCIOUSNESS, WHICH IS TRYING TO FIGHT WITH THE HEART. Such tests are the heaviest. And if our consciousness acts in unison with the heart, we became invincible.
But then, on a rock by a red-hot road, Lightwarrior was faced with a choice. He knew that his heart would not understand him if he turned back just a few dozen meters from the target. How then will he differ from Elmerik’s cowardice and Spiritual weakness?
And he made a decision. He will go to the end, even if his heart stops or breaks. Mentally, he asked it to understand and forgive him if this happened.
Harnessing his willpower, Lightwarrior got up from his Perperikon Stone of Temptation, prayed, and wandered along his Via Dolorosa, carrying his moral cross, and had to do it to the end.
He felt a surge of strength, although knew that they were the last. Lightwarrior had to make a couple more stops.
Soon he began to notice that, despite the fact that the steepness of the climb was increasing, it was becoming easier for him to walk. Also, suddenly, Lightwarrior felt a cold breeze and realized that the weather was not hot at all, and the wind was icy at times. At the same time, he was in a state close to heat stroke; his pulse was still off the scale.
But his heart told him that the Rubicon was passed. After a few minutes, the Lightwarrior had a second wind, and felt incredible strength, and overcame the last, most difficult stages of the climb easily, almost running. He was amazed.
Only then, did Lightwarrior understood, that it was his temptation, and he passed it, although it turned out to be incredibly tough. He once again saw, that Dionysus was a top pro, and so skillfully created a conflicted state of consciousness for the subject that he took it for his own.
Lightwarrior mentally thanked him for the great exam, lesson and experience, and continued on his way. Nothing and no one in the Universe could stop him.
Ten minutes later he was at the top and easily found where he had been led all this time – the Place of Initiation of Alexander the Great.
A few words about Perperikon…
For all the greatness of the complex, scientists are still arguing and cannot understand its purpose, which in fact is only one thing: PERPERIKON IS THE ABODE OF THE INITIATIONS OF THE BALKAN SHAMBHALA.
Since ancient times, this sacred place was intended for a rite of Initiation into the planetary Light Hierarchy.
For example, the Luxor Temple of Serapis, in Egypt, was intended for the Ascension ceremony. But before that, many non-ascended Hierarchs passed the main Initiation in Perperikon.
At the top, Lightwarrior easily found the place of temptation of Alexander the Great. It was a rectangular tub cut into the rock.
At this point, the team leader first assimilated the last segment of the Bulgarian part of the Eden’s Crystal. It turned out that Higher Light Hierarchs put it into him exactly when he was climbing up the road and felt a prick in his heart, after which he felt very bad.
In a short time, at maximum vibrations, Lightwarrior cleansed the fragment, and on the Altar of Dionysus, the Lords of the Balkan Shambhala made its complete assembly and activation.
Suddenly, Lightwarrior felt the Spiritual presence of Alexander the Great. After telepathic communication, he installed into the team leader’s Causal Body the segments of the Eden’s Crystal, which he gathered during his life on Earth.
Alexander the Great was the incarnated Lord of the Shambhala’s Light Hierarchy. His cosmic mission was to assemble the Eden’s Crystal, the Matrix of the ideal state of the Earth’s Logos.
He was born as an ordinary man, at the time of birth, even without a Radiant Body. His Heavenly Mentors gradually led him to the great goals in his life.
So he ended up in the Perperikon – the Altar of Initiation of the Balkan Shambhala. He knew roughly what he should do, since up to a certain point he was accompanied by an Earthly teacher.
Alexander climbed to the top of the Perperikon easily, not like Lightwarrior.
There, he had to spend three days and three nights. They also explained to him that the essence of the test is the acquisition of supreme power, and that is power over self. Then he still understood little of the meaning of these words.
Alexander the Great was placed in the Test Chamber in the form of a rectangular tub. He went down the stairs to the bottom. Alexander was informed that he would be able to get out only by reaching the top on his own. He also did not understand the meaning of these words.
Then the stone slab was closed from above. Alexander was left alone, without water and food. So he was destined to spend three days.
During this time, he has experienced a lot, thought about and rethought. One can imagine what Dionysus inspired in him as part of the examination scenario.
Suddenly, the Test Chamber began to fill with water, which came through the underground pipes that existed at that time. Alexander thought that this was the end.
He was telepathically told that he could survive only if he conquered himself, his fear. He did it. When the water lifted him to the very top, he pressed his lips to the stone slab, trying to find at least a breath of air, but began to choke and lost consciousness.
However, his will was so strong that a moment before his Transformation took place: the Subtle Bodies of an ordinary man curled up and a single Radiant Body was born. He became superhuman. So the Test Chamber became a Radiant Baptistery for Alexander the Great.
Unconscious, but already in another reality, he sank to the bottom of the Test Chamber and stayed like that (without air) for a while. When this happened, he was taken in super-consciousness, lifted into Space and lowered underground. He went through all four elementals – fire, air, water and earth, gaining power over all of them.
Underground, he was synchronized with the Earth’s Heart, and while in Space, he saw our planet from orbit. Subsequently, Alexander possessed the most accurate geographical maps at that time. It is quite possible that he sketched them from memory, recalling what he saw from Space. He could also see the limits of his future conquests. After all, he knew exactly where he needed to go, and where the fragments of the Eden’s Crystal were hidden.
After that, the water was drained, and Alexander, transformed, was pulled out. Three days have passed. He has triumphed over himself, over his body, and has risen in Spirit. He has known the Truth and self, and was ready for the power over the world.
There, on the Altar of the Balkan Shambhala, a Hierarchical Initiation ceremony was held, during which Alexander the Great received the Matrix of the Eden’s Crystal, the Pleroma’s microcopy.
This Matrix was only a form that he had to fill with the appropriate energies, collecting all the fragments of the Eden’s Crystal. Due to many circumstances, he was unable to fully complete this task. The Lightwarriors’ Balkan Operation helped him terminate it.
I’ve read a number of Lev’s postings here. I consider what he writes to be utter and complete nonsense (this being said in a non-judgemental way).
I am curious as to whether any of the other readers here find the information in Lev’s writings a) believable, b) truthful, c) in accordance with Theosophical teachings (Lev uses Theosophical terminology and words, but he gives then another content than they have) or d) can point to other sources which may confirm Lev’s ideas or even views the spiritual world in a similar manner.